One of the most challenging tasks for the database administrator is to physically design the database to attain optimal performance for a given workload. Physical design is hard because it requires the selection of an optimal set of design features from a vast search space. There have been many commercial tools available to automatically suggest the physical design, for a given a set of queries. These tools are, however, based on greedy heuristic pruning, which reduces their usefulness. Furthermore, they are not interactive, as the APIs to simulate the indexes and tables are product specific and hidden from the database administrators. Finally, all these tools are built specifically for commercial systems and there is lack of automated physical designers for open source DBMSs. In this demonstration we introduce –PARINDA - an interactive physical designer for an open source DBMS. Given a workload containing a set of queries, this tool allows the DBA to efficiently simulate various physical design features and get immediate feedback on their effectiveness. It also incorporates recent advances in non-greedy physical design techniques to provide close to optimal suggestions. Although it has been prototyped for several different DBMSs, we demonstrate the usefulness and efficiency of the tool while running on the open source DBMS—PostgreSQL--using large real-world scientific datasets and query workloads.